Mahagony Tide

Mahogany Tide Just Wouldn’t Go Away!

July 13, 2020

As of early July 14, much of the Severn River was still experiencing the muddy-orange-brown color caused by the algae bloom known as the Mahogany Tide. The ugly, rusty, orange-brown color is caused by an algae species called prorocentrum minimum. Algae blooms are natural occurrence and are a food source for fish. But when you […]

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